You need to do your research before you buy a laser printer copier to make sure you buy the right one. There are so many different models on the market and it can be easy to become confused.
Buy a brand name you trust. Electronic devices can and do develop problems. When you purchase a recognized brand name you should be able to access customer service centers that will do their best to either sort out the issue or replace the machine. Most printers will come with a warranty and to be fair; if something is going to go wrong you will usually notice a problem very quickly. Make sure you do not invalidate any warranty. This can be done by using the wrong cartridge so it pays to read the small print.
Is your laser printer copier going to be shared among different users or just used by one person? If it is to be shared you need to buy one that is compliant with your network. You can then add it to the network and give access to those that need it. If you are buying it for individual use this is less of an issue.
Do you need all the added functionality that comes with certain machines? It may be fantastic that the printer will scan, email, sort, staple and fax documents but if you do not currently use these additional functions why pay extra for them? Some machines will have inbuilt extras at a reasonable price but often people end up paying extra for devices they won’t actually use.
The key is to find the best laser printer copier for your needs at the lowest possible price. You can often find fantastic bargains if you wait for end of season sales. Some shops will sell off the older models at a lower cost in order to make way for the latest technology.